Aortic baroreceptors play a predominant role in the regulation of hindlimb vascular resistance in rats.

Abstract

In previous studies using bilateral carotid occlusion in conscious freely moving rats we suggested that aortic baroreceptors may play a more important role in the regulation of hindlimb than in renal and mesenteric vascular resistances. In the present study we performed electrical stimulation of the aortic baroreceptor nerve and analyzed the changes in mean… (More)

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